The birth of a science
- History of science and technology
Fractional calculus with power law: The cradle of our ancestors⋆
- MathematicsThe European Physical Journal Plus
A new class of partial integro-differential equations with fractional operators based on the new generalized Mittag-Leffler function is constructed and a detailed discussion underpinning the conditions for which the new equation is well-posed.
Study on Criticism and Alternative on the History of Mathematics Described in the Secondary School Mathematics Textbooks
The purpose of this article is to discuss some of the most commonly repeated misconceptions on the history of mathematics described in the secondary school mathematics textbooks, and recommend that…
The formal requirements of algorithms and their implications in clinical medicine and quality management
- MedicineLangenbeck's Archives of Surgery
The present debate addresses issues and provides the formal criteria and their necessary modification for creating sufficient clinical algorithms and raises the question of whether medical pathways and thereby the medical art should be disclosed to the general public by algorithms.
The tacit appropriation of Hindu algebra in renaissance practical arithmetic
Old Chinese proverb Diophantos would use the rhetorical algebra, the Chinese Nine Chapters on Arithmetic would manipulate matrices, and the Liber abbaci would find the answer by means of proportions.
The problem in the world of Archimedes
From Archimedes to Khayyam
The Transformation of Mathematics in the Early Mediterranean World: From Problems to Equations
Acknowledgements Introduction 1. The problem in the world of Archimedes 2. From Archimedes to Eutocius 3. From Archimedes to Khayyam Conclusion References Index.
The Transformation of Mathematics in the Early Mediterranean World: From Archimedes to Eutocius
NEUGEBAUER in Quellen und Studien, B, I, pp. 306, 310; VOGEL, Die Algebra der Aegypter